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In this section you will find Flow Blue, Staffordshire figures, Old blue and white transferware, Lustreware-copper, pink, purple, gold, silver resist, Georgian/Victorian Jugs, Relief Moulded Jugs, Busts, Tableware, Victorian Vases.

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To: <dianne@glamorganantiques.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 10:04 AM
Subject: My Pastille Burner (Swan Cottage)

Thank you so much for my lovely pastille burner which arrived before 9 this morning, despite my only ordering it lunchtime yesterday!
It is exactly as described on the website and beautiful.
I can confirm what other customers say - it was fantastically well packaged - if it had got damaged in transit it would not have been any fault of yours!
I will definitely revisit your website and would happily buy from you again.

Kind regards

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Click HERE for larger PictureSET OF 3,VICTORIAN JUGS,ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL.

Lovely set of large graduated late Victorian jugs in outstanding condition.The jugs are large,capacious and really make a statement.They were made in Staffordshire c1890,so well over 100 years old and in pristine order.As you can see the old Summer Roses garlands are on each jug,with a smaller pattern on the back.There is no damage and no restoration,also no staining.They would be strong enough to use for floral decoration etc.,£195 the set.
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful oval plate in perfect condition,no chips,cracks or restoration.Medium sized. £36
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful Angelica Kauffman pannelled classical jardineire.As you can see the colours are superb as is the condition.Beautiful Victorian item that would grace any room.£115 including UK post. (sorry due to the weight UK sale only)
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful pair of hand painted Oriental vases.As you can see the ground colour is blush ivory,and the scenery Japanese.The condition is very good,and these vases are a proper matching pair.They measure 10inches tall and would look elegant in any room.There is a 20th century red label underneath,and we would date these at 1920-30. For sale at £95 pair.Post will be extra.
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Click HERE for larger PictureNice pair of Victorian/Edwardian vases in very good condition,no chips or cracks and no restoration...The size measuring about 12 inches tall.Lovely on display £87 the pair.
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Click HERE for larger PictureHandsome pair of copper lustre jugs with a blue,figures band in relief.High sheen on both jugs nearly 4inches tall.There is a small old chip on the rim of one jug and on the other there is a small slither chip,as you can see they display beautifully with no cracks or repairs..Both made in Staffordshire around c1850. For sale at £43 the pair,including post in the UK..Overseas please ask.Whoever buys these will be pleased
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Click HERE for larger PictureVery nice large Victorian jug in beautiful condition.Super Imari colours,would look wonderful with a bunch of flowers on display.The jug is perfect for c1875,no damage at all and clean as a pin.A very strong jug about 9inches tall.
£47
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Click HERE for larger PicturePAIR OF VERY PRETTY BALUSTER SHAPED VASES.
We have a matching pair of these very fine vases,they are in great condition with no cracks or chips.They are 10.5 inches tall,and the panels are prettily painted with rosepanels all around the vases.,with plenty of lavish gold plated edged patterns.They are 20th century so vintage.. For sale at £150 the pair.The post will be £15
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Click HERE for larger PictureNostalgic Victorian jug c1870.The condition is excellent and the jug a good size,the panel shows the Monarch of the Glen.Superb condition £48
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Click HERE for larger PictureClick HERE for larger PictureBeautiful classy clock by the famous pottery of Masons.This is the famous Mandalay pattern.Beautiful item for a gift maybe? £47 including delivery in the UK only

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Superb graduated set of 3 toby jugs called the snuff taker by Allertons.The condition of these is one of exellence,you will not find a better set.NO PHOTOGRAPH CAN DO THESE JUSTICE.They were made in late Victorian times by Allertons,the well known potters. The tallest Toby is over 9 inches and very impressive,so they would look splendid out on show on a window shelf,dresser etc. Don't forget Victoriana is coming back fast, it is out with dreary minimalism and back to vibtant colour.Not before time either,let us bring colour and laughter back into our homes.The Toby boys are lustred on the edges,and any collector would love these,no damage,no repairs, just a tiny paint loss on one.Priced at £195 the set. Click HERE for larger Picture

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From: XXXXXXXXXXX
To: Dianne - Glamorgan Antiques
Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2011 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: Staffordshire Dogs

Dear Dianne,

The Staffordshire Dogs have arrived safe and sound ! I have to say that they are beautiful pieces - all three of them - and the photographs just don't do them justice as the dogs are really wonderful, I am so happy to be their ' guardian ' until they pass on to the next generation ........ I feel they will bring great joy with them.

May I compliment you on the marvellous packing, Dianne - indeed it was an expert job and unwrapping was akin to a task off the Krypton Factor ! Well done.

Thank you for your exceptional care and assistance, I shall certainly be keeping regular checks on your website in the future.

With best wishes,

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Click HERE for larger PictureReally lovely Victorian Staffordshire Comforter Spaniels,made in Staffordshire c1875.These dogs are 15inches tall,so a good size and they have the most lovely expressions,that will enhance any room with their Victorian elegance.Beautiful dogs in very good condition.Please ask if you need more details. For sale £265 the pair.
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful stoneware jug,made by the top potters Ridgway.Classic moulding,first class,showing a hunting scene.The lid is perfect with no buckling and the handle is a great shape too.The jug has an impressed backstamp that says W.Ridgway 1st October 1835.It is over 8 inches tall and is very impressive. £69

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Click HERE for larger PictureStaffordshire Red & White comforter dogs.

Here we have a beautiful matching pair of Staffordshire Comforter dogs.The facial expression is everything,and, as you can see these wistful eyes will bring a quiet ambience to any room they look out over.Both dogs are in beautiful condition with no damage.They were made in Staffordshire c1920-30. Staffordshire dogs,have been made since early Victorian days,they are as popular now as they were then.They can sit on our home dresser until sold :) £120 the pair.
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Click HERE for larger Picture NICE FIGURINE, C 1875 OF A MILKMAID.SHE IS QUITE TALL 10 INCHES WITH NO FADE OF COLOURS AS YOU CAN SEE.She may have been used as a mantel spill,as there has been a basket on her back that  has been knocked off,however it does not spoil the figure on display as you cannot see it. £24.
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Click HERE for larger PictureVery nice intense flow blue Ringtons tea/biscuit caddy in celebration of the Millenium.The item was made by the famous Wade pottery,and is in perfect condition,showing various views of Castles etc. A beautiful item & not that easy to find.£58
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Click HERE for larger PictureSet of 3 Victorian jugs that are truly superb.They are patterned in the imari colours,which always look so rich,and the were made and decorated in Staffordshire in 1891.Gorgeous set,no damage,no repairs,no cracks,just lovely. For sale £160 including post in the UK only.
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Click HERE for larger PictureRare 1897 Empress of India Child's mug.
This is a beautiful little porcelain mug,only 2.8inches tall and made by William Lowe of Staffordshire to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897.Prettily hand decorated ~ all in all it is in excellent condition with just a very small firing flaw.This item is 115 years old. £79.
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Click HERE for larger PictureLovely small trinket dish,approx 5 inches across in blush ivory colours,no damage,nice condition c1889 £22.
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Click HERE for larger PictureGorgeous Victorian c1860 flow blue oval wall plaque.We have 2 of these at £100 per plaque.Perfect conditon.
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Click HERE for larger PictureThis is a large substantial copper lustre jug with a high sheen as you can see.This is an item that is in beautiful condition.Made circa 1860 ..For sale 55 pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureHere we are offering a very nice full size single Staffordshire Comforter dog with glass eyes.He is quite a big boy measuring 14inches tall by 10 inches wide... The condition is excellent.48 pounds.
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Click HERE for larger PictureThis is a lovely vase on plinth,with a pretty Angelica Kauffman panel.The vase is in very good condition and stands 11 inches tall.
Made in Staffordshire c1860.....55 pounds.
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Click HERE for larger PictureHere we have a beautiful 1850 vase on plinth,showing elaborate panels of peacocks.The gold raised centre on the top of the vase is missing on the other/back side,although not noticeable.No damage at all,just a bit of wear to the various scrolls as you can see.It is a good sized object,about 13 inches across and high. 65 pounds.
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Click HERE for larger PictureAnother slightly smaller flow blue Victorian plate,again in fine condition,and will look wonderful on display as you can see. £38

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Click HERE for larger PictureThis is a beautiful flow blue Victorian (Staffordshire) bowl.As you can see the depth of the blue is intense.The size is about 9 inches across,and it is quite a deep bowl.Lovely on display. £45.
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Click HERE for larger PictureLovely Wedgwood Jasper clock,made by the master potters them selves.This is a lovely clock that would grace any home,such is the quality.All in good working order,quartz movement.£39

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Click HERE for larger PictureSILVER LUSTRE.. Very old Mid Victorian Silver Lustre Teapot with the "Birds beak spout" .This is one of the finest Silver Lustre teapots we have had over the years as it is very neat in size,not heavy and not cumbersome as most are,it also has an excellent covering of silver lustre with no rubbing.The condition is one of total excellence,whoever buys this will be very pleased.c1850 ....£68 GB pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureThis is a lovely large antique copper lustre jug with a high sheen.(nb*Copper lustre doesn't photo well,the shine is not showing in the photo)We have several of these jugs for sale,we have 2 like this measuring 7- 8inches tall,in beautiful condition,both dating from the Mid Victorian period c1850. Super jugs with the Polka pattern. £65 each.

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Click HERE for larger PictureSuper large tankard of the famous "God Speed the Plough". In excellent condition,no chips or cracks, and the full verse is on the rear.See 2nd picture.
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STAFFORDSHIRE ~~VICTORIAN FLATBACK/MONEY BOX.This is a wonderful rare Victorian Staffordshire flatback of a "posh" 3 storey house,with a little Spaniel and kennel on the front lawn.This item is so unusual as it also is a money box,and,as the only way to remove the money would be by smashing the item,that is why this is so rare as obviously not many survived.The condition is really excellent,it has been well looked after since it was made in c1850.You will not find a better example. £129.

 

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Click HERE for larger PictureMAJOLICA PLATE.Fine Mid Victorian quality Majolica with the collectable "Radiating Lily" design.The edge of the plate is scalloped and the condition is very good.There is no maker,but we have seen this same designed plate marked George Jones. £59 GB pounds
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Click HERE for larger Picture Staffordshire cottage.This one was known as Swan Cottage and has enjoyed a large following over the years with collectors.It is fairly hard to find now in good condition.This example from Mid Victorian days is a superb item,very primitive,edged bocage ~~~ so,as it should be,nothing highbrow, just a good old fashioned Victorian Staffordshire pastille burner.Item for sale at £88.

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Click HERE for larger PictureRoyal Doulton Christmas Plate for 1977, in original box.Lovely condition. £30.
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Click HERE for larger PictureGEORGE JONES.Fine matching pair of Staffordshire plates in excellent condition -- Intensely Flow Blue.The pattern is of course the perennial favourite "ABBEY".The both plates have the Full backstamp of George Jones and also the Crescent mark £80 the pair.
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Click HERE for larger PictureVery nice Victorian bisque figurine of a good size,a young man taking his fathers dinner to the Fathers place of work.Lovely item. £35.
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Click HERE for larger PictureNice faience vase of  good size.Hand painted.In very good condition. £35.

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Click HERE for larger Picture SUNDERLAND LUSTRE TEAPOT. Ancient Regency period(Georgian c1820) item that amazingly has survived intact in the interim 186 years!.It is in English Soft paste,and the pattern is well documented as Venus.There are a few minor age stains on the bottom and a very faint short line on the side,but overall excellent for the age.The lid is fine,as is the spout and handle.If you like collecting ancient English Pottery then this is for you.£89
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Click HERE for larger PictureTAMS WARE. A large 1920-30 Tams Ware vase in the Dickens series.Underneath in hand written script is says >"Hand painted Dickens series,1920 reproduction of Frank Reynolds famous picture.By kind permission of Messrs James Buchanan.Made in England" There is some rubbing to the glaze,as is always the case in this sort of pottery,but there is no damage as such.£95GB pounds
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Click HERE for larger Picture Paragon makers quality cream jug,a lovely little jug in perfect condition. £21.
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Click HERE for larger PictureGorgeous Copeland Spode platter,Staffordshire ironstone.Perfect condition with good bright Famille Rose colours. 12.5inches wide X 9 Inches.Made for the American market. 47 GBP

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Click HERE for larger PictureSTAFFORDSHIRE. Fine pair of Mid Victorian Prussian Generals in full colour.These are not easy to find in this great condition.They are imposing Flatbacks,of a good size and were made in Staffordshire,England in c1840-50 so that means 160+ years old now! They are in excellent condition with no damage at all.There are some minor firing faults on the reverse that are perfectly normal ,now please note that this is NOT damage but was something that happened in the Kiln when they were made.(Antique dealers in Ceramics ignore minor pottery firing faults,they are just part of the primitiveness of these delightful Olde England Antiques)Staffordshire figures were made for the humble Villager or peasant,they were not made for nobility as Meissen always was.Now of course the wheel has turned full circle and the nobility and upper classes adore these ancient figures,in fact we all do . For sale at £685GB pounds the pair including Registered delivery (worth £19GBP) in the UK only, *NB*we are only prepared to ship these overseas using Datapost Express Guaranteed International services.
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Click HERE for larger PictureStaffordshire large blue and white scooped bowl in delightful condition.This is a an antique dish made by Thomas Rathbone that became the later well known pottery of Grays.These types of cowls are lovely on display and this one is in excellent condition £50
 
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Click HERE for larger PictureCOPPER LUSTRE Polka Pattern dancing jug.The jug is in excellent condition. Mid Victorian in date,and of a good size..The sheen is lustrous and rich,there is over glaze blue enamel.It is only by holding this jug you will actually feel the great quality. £75 GB POUNDS..
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Click HERE for larger Picture LOVELY OLD COPELAND SPODE PLATE,ANTIQUE....PARTIALLY HAND PAINTED AND GILDED,REAL BEAUTY,APPROXIMATELY 9-10INCHES IN DIAMETER.HARDLY USED. £28.POSTAGE £3.50 UK ONLY.
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Click HERE for larger PictureLarge,solid WW1 period ornamental Dog and Child.These old ornaments invoke memories of yesteryear -- the little girl smiling as she stands alongside her guardian dog.This one is stamped by the OP pottery and also bears the Registration mark.The condition is very good, as often these large ornaments are badly damaged.The small plaque on the front says "Good Companions"..£105 to include the post in GB only.Overseas buyers please ask for a quote.

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Click HERE for larger PictureWATTEAU plates by Doulton.Fine pair of dinner plates measuring 24cms across.These plates have an exceptional intense blue,which no photo can do justice to.Late Victorian £60 the pair.

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Click HERE for larger PictureLarge late Victorian c1890,Summer Roses teapot.The teapot is in excellent condition with no damage at all.In fact it is in such a strong condition it could be used daily.The flange of the lid is very deep.Decorated with Old Moss Roses. Nicely gilded. £55 GB pounds.
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Click HERE for larger PictureAnother fine Abbey pattern hot water jug by George Jones of Staffordshire.Such a nice lidded jug in excellent condition.Everyone loves Abbey,it always looks great....£68
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Click HERE for larger PictureNice antique plate,on the lines of Gaudy Welsh.This pottery plate is a good size,with no chips or cracks.£28.

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Click HERE for larger PictureFLOW BLUE Platter.Intense blue on this lovely Vicotrian platter which measures 14inches across.Excellent condition,made in Staffordshire,England.The pattern is the Chinese Mandarin. £69

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A fine pair of Wood and Sons "Yuan" patterned plates of 10inches in diameter.These plates are pristine in condition.The registration number is 656368. £25 each plate

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Click HERE for larger PictureFine elegant early Victorian large cream jug in excellent condition circa 1845.The shape of the jug and the high handle indicate a good pottery,although the jug is unmarked.approximately 6.5inches high.£48 GB Pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful ironstone plate in the old imari colours.Made by Ashworth,there is a very small half inch hairline but this does not detract.Lovely wall plate,in very clean condition.£36.

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Click HERE for larger PictureLovely old Torquay ware teapot in pristine condition, of the 1920 period.It says on the one side Good Luck and on the on the other side "A present from Newtown". £49
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Click HERE for larger PictureWEDGWOOD FLOW BLUE. 2 Intense flow blue squat jugs in beautfiul conditon.We really love these old shapes! The larger of the jugs shows the Wedgwood Chinese pattern and the smaller shows the famous Wedgwood Ferrara pattern.For sale.Larger jug £78,smaller jug £58.We will do the both jugs for £125 + post.

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Click HERE for larger PictureEarly Victorian Copper Lustre Jug.This is exceptional large lustre jug,full of quality of the highest order.A heavy jug with a rich lustrous sheen that will delight the new owner.c1820,made in Staffordshire,England.£120

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Click HERE for larger PictureGorgeous blue and white transfer plate showing an Oriental scene.The plate is by the old Altonware company of Staffordshire England.It is in beautiful condition and is for sale at £39
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Click HERE for larger PictureBlue and white willow pattern - old Staffordshire tureen and lid in excellent condition by Parker Bros of Longton, Staffordshire. 25

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Click HERE for larger Picture This is a boy spill vase made in Germany in Victorian times .Very nice condition measures 10inches tall,the photo does not do him justice unfortunately.He is the partner figurine to the milkmaid listed above.Full German backstamps,£38.
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Click HERE for larger PictureJACKFIELD TEAPOT AND STAND with matching JACKFIELD JUG. This is a really lovely set of 3 pieces..The condition is one of excellence and the set was made in England in c1880.The floral decorations and the gilding are all hand painted.The lid of the jug is a good fit and is made of pewter.A generous sized set,it would look marvellous out on display,perhaps on a windowsill or sideboard.The gloss of the Black Jackfield is dazzling. £145 the set.
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Lovely pair of early Victorian Staffordshire Comforter Spaniels,made c1835 - 1850,these are the better types that were made with the free front leg.They show the bitch and the dog,the bitch always a bit smaller.The condition is one of excellence. They measure about 9 inches tall.The lustrous spots are copper & green,another sign of the older Staffordshire pottery dogs.Note the lapping lustre on their heads. £165 the pair.

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Click HERE for larger PictureNice Portmeirion Toast rack showing the Botanic garden series.The rack is a generous size measuring 6.5inches by 4inches and is in great condition.Very pretty floral design. 35 GBP
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Click HERE for larger PictureAbsolutely superb solid silver topped Deep Blue Jasper teapot by William Adams of Staffordshire, who were very famous and high quality potters.Silver hallmarked for Birmingham 1923 exactly.This is such a lovely item.£75. GB Pounds (there is a small chip inside the flange, and a tiny "ding" in the silver mount)

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Click HERE for larger PictureGorgeous old Doulton Flow Blue Willow jug, this is a real golden oldie.Very good overall condition with the usual high standard we have come to expect from this illustrious Pottery.Super shape,Intense flow blue,of good size.The old Rose Backstamp of 1890 £75
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Click HERE for larger PictureLarge Toby jug by Burlington of Staffordshire,England.He is a great old Toby in excellent condition.His colours are bright and cheerful,and will be a fine addition to a Toby collection.£50 GB Pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureFlow Blue English antique plate with gilding around.Showing a classical transfer,the plate c1865 -75 is in excellent condition,measures 9inches across. £24

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Large mid Victorian 'Harvest Jug' , good stoneware jug showing 'the Miser' pattern.Large size. 85.
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Dark Green Glazed jug in relief.Very nice condition, dated about 1855.-65. Medium sized jug.35.
 
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Click HERE for larger PictureFine Black Rooster/Cockerel Torquay ware candlechamber. Such a great find! and it has the hand scripted backstamp "Watcombe,Torquay,England" plus the number also hand scripted.The condition is very good and the motto says "Goodnight and joy be with you". A super sentiment. £75
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Click HERE for larger PictureOld Masons "Bible" pattern plate in great condition.We were very pleased to find this old pattern of Masons once again.Excellent condition.50 GB Pounds

 

ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUGS - A selection of these jugs as listed below,all in perfect condition.

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Click HERE for larger PictureTHE POACHER.Type 1 in Mini size £45
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Click HERE for larger PictureROBIN HOOD Style 1. Mini £48
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Click HERE for larger PictureROBIN HOOD,R.Doulton...Small £45
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Click HERE for larger PictureAntique Staffordshire teapot made by Keeling and Co. of Burslem in the 1880's.This Victorian teapot is in excellent condition and the gilding is still good.There is no damage or restoration.Would mke a nice addition to a teapot fancier's collection. £59.GB Pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureA French pottery faeince platter, made in the Luneville pottery,France.Hand painted./ Made in the Keller and Guerin period of this factory, biscuit porcelain and creamware. There is one fault, a half inch chip out of the back edge,but the front rim is intact. 55 GB pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureWater Mill teapot.This is a really pretty 3 story Water Mill pot,that is hand painted in bright cheerful colours.The condition of this teapot is excellent.Both sides have different paintings.There is also a matching sugar holder included.£65 GB Pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureAnother larger Victorian cup and saucer showing Robins,this cup and saucer has an orange tinselled edge.Possibly Welsh pottery.£29

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Click HERE for larger Picture Large Victorian Staffordshire Majolica jug.The inside of the jug is coloured Peuce as was the usual colour of Majolica around 1850 and the base is coloured in yellow ochre..The relief moulding shows an Eagle.The colours are mainly browns and drab green.Overall the jug is pretty good in condition, it does have some inevitable age crazing near the handle and underneath.A bargain for the English Majolica collector..£75

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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful Japan/Gaudy Teaset, with 5 items.Made by the Britannia Pottery of Staffordshire.This set is in very good condition, the teapot has been used but is not damaged at all.This would be a very nice addition to the Japan pattern collecters.£165 set of 5.

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Click HERE for larger PictureGeorge Jones "Abbey" Shredded Wheat double sized bowl.Famous pattern that needs no introduction! Early 20th century,it is fine condition apart from a small makers fault in the glaze. 38.GB pounds
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Click HERE for larger PictureClassic plate from the Copeland Spode stable, showing the Water works of Philadelphia City in the central square in 1801.The plate is impressed Spode Imperial and is in perfect condition.All the details of the plate are given on the reverse, so it is a historical plate and quite rare. £45
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Click HERE for larger PictureVictorian Pottery wall stand (consel), showing a cherub underneath the plinth,all Gilded.This is in very good condition, and would give a room an elegant feel with this attached to a wall.You could place one of your Golden Oldies on top for display. There are 2 hoops in metal to hang from. £60

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Click HERE for larger PictureSpode, Blue Room Collection, pattern, Rome. Perfect condition, desirable pattern. £43.
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Click HERE for larger PictureSmall Sepia and brown transfer printed child's plate,cira 1840,showing a scene of Rhyl from the sea.This little plate was probably made in Swansea pottery.Good condition..23GB pounds.
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Click HERE for larger PictureBeautiful George Jones of Staffordshire,England "Abbey" serving plate in flow blue and white.This is such a rare shape as it is scalloped around the edge..Very pretty and of a good size, and in excellent condition. £69
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Click HERE for larger PictureVery good example of an English Copper Lustre Jug.Made in Staffordshire,England in c 1850, and moulded in the old diamond pattern -- a favourite pattern of the Victorians.The jug is a good size,with excellent an sheen, and it has no defects. 75
   
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Staffordshire Pottery 1858-1962: Majolica, Transfer Prints, Flow Blue, Fine Bone China from Cauldon by Robert Cluett
ISBN: 0-7643-2022-X
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Over 1150 colour pictures display the dazzling variety of ceramic wares produced at the famous Cauldon pottery Works in Stoke-on-Trent by Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co and Cauldon. Over one hundred years of Staffordshire pottery production and changing decorative styles are displayed, including table and tea sets decorated in blue and white, the famous 'chariot' pattern, multiple coloured transfer prints: ornate majolica centrepieces, jardinières, and garden seats: elegant fine bone china ; earthenware ewers, basins, toilets; and decorative tiles.
The definitive text provides a detailed history of Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co which later became Cauldon, descriptions of the wares and the artists who produced them, a detailed bibliography, numerous appendices, and an index. Current market values are found in the captions. This book will be an important reference for all concerned with Staffordshire pottery.
This is Robert Cluetts second book, his first was the very successful 'George Jones Ceramics 1861-1951'

 

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